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Decathlon Quechua Low Folding Camping Table MH100

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Background

Back in July 2022, I needed a portable table so that I could use it in my new house while undergoing renovation. As I know Decathlon sells portable tables, I went over to one of their stores to take a look at the options available.

As I was at Decathlon, I saw the Decathlon Quechua Low Folding Camping Table MH100. As this is good enough for my requirement, I decided to purchase it.


The Stuff

The Decathlon Quechua Low Folding Camping Table MH100 comes in 2 variations: blue and grey. It has a handle on the side to carry around. Based on the Decathlon website, here is the stuff information:


- Folded size: 42 x 32 x 4 cm/ 5 L. Weight: 1.6 kg. Carry handle.

- Height 30 cm Large tabletop for 2 people with a size of 42 x 64 cm.

- Simple unfolding system. 2 lugs keep the table folded.

- Aluminum legs and tabletop made of melamine. Shelf capacity 50kg max.


Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

The Decathlon Quechua Low Folding Camping Table MH100 in folded mode
The Decathlon Quechua Low Folding Camping Table MH100 in folded mode

Side of the folding table with locking mechanism and handle
Side of the folding table with locking mechanism and handle

A sticker indicating 50kg max weight
A sticker indicating 50kg max weight

The underside of the folding table after unfolding it
The underside of the folding table after unfolding it

The folding table in its table mode
The folding table in its table mode


Usage and Experience

I have had the Decathlon Quechua Low Folding Camping Table MH100 with me for more than a year since this post. As it is about coffee table height, it is best used when sitting on the floor, or as some form of a low-side table.

I feel that the quality is much better than those cheaper bigger side foldable tables. I have tried those before and the top/surface part is sturdier in comparison, but I am doubtful of the 50kg max weight. So far I have not put heavy items as it may cause the table to sink.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:



Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Decathlon Quechua Low Folding Camping Table MH100 is useful stuff to have for various uses.  If you are interested in this stuff, you can click on the link below or head on down to Decathlon and pick one up while stocks last:

Decathlon Quechua Low Folding Camping Table MH100 from Decathlon SG

Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Shopee and Amazon: